by Tony Magliano In early December, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) stopped feeding 1.7 million Syrian refugees. For two weeks these poor, battered fellow human beings who had fled the misery of civil war, and the barbarism of the “Islamic State,” were told there is no money available for food – children, women … Continue reading REFLECTION: No one should be hungry during the Christmas season
REFLECTION: Did nonviolence fail in Egypt?
by Mark Engler and Paul Engler, Waging NonviolenceThree years ago this month, the 82-year-old president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, stepped down amid historic protests against his dictatorial rule. News of his resignation on Feb. 11, 2011 marked the climax of an uprising that was quickly recognized as one of the most sudden and significant upheavals … Continue reading REFLECTION: Did nonviolence fail in Egypt?